"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.
Since finding some of the spotlight in 2009, Easton Corbin has recounted to journalists a wish to become a country music star that dates back to the time he was just four years old. The hard work has paid off, as the young budding singer/songwriter scored a hit with "A Little More Country Than That," a single that would go on to reach the top of the Billboard Country charts in 2009. Since that initial success, Corbin has continued to record and tour his poppy and sensitive take on slick modern country, winning more and more fans over as he goes along.
Greensky Bluegrass is a bluegrass band from Kalamazoo, Michigan that was formed in 2000 as a three-piece outfit. While recording its debut album Less Than Supper in 2004, the band decided to fill its soundscape by hiring a bassist and dobro player. After the band acquired these two additional instrumentalists, it managed to anchor its jangly sound and gave its live performances depth. Greensky Bluegrass released the first volume of its live album series, All Access in 2009, followed by Volume 2 in 2010. With its refined sound, the band began to reach out to a broader audience, particularly with its fourth and most acclaimed studio album, Handguns. The effort debuted in 2011 at number three on US Bluegrass charts.
The Indiana Hoosiers represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of Indiana University Bloomington.
As a member of the NCAA's Division I, the university competes in the Big Ten Conference, where it sponsors a wide range of men's and women's programs in sports such as basketball, football, soccer, swimming, cross country and baseball. Indiana is widely known for its men's basketball program, which won its first NCAA title in 1940 and has launched the careers of many NBA players, including Walt Bellamy and Isiah Thomas.